Hi, I love the new Pivot Chart feature on Excel 2016 for Mac. However sometimes I would like to Switch Rows and Columns on the chart without affecting the pivot table. For instance, in a pivot table where amounts are organised on a horizontal timeline, if I try to do a line chart, I cannot see the timeline I would expect. I get something like this: If I Switch Row and Column, I get this: This is the view I am looking for, however the pivot table is now showing a vertical timeline and not a horizontal timeline. This is not ideal, as I normally work with timelines in horizontal buckets. Do you have any ideas as to how this can be rectified - ie a line chart from the second screenshot from a pivot table in the first screenshot? Thanks, Colm Ryan.
Excel Pivot Tables have a lot of useful calculations under the SHOW VALUES AS option and one that can help you a lot is the PERCENT OF ROW TOTAL calculation. This option will immediately calculate the percentages for you from a table filled with numbers such as sales data, exp.
Learn how to summarize, sort, and analyze your data in using one of the most overlooked features in Microsoft Excel for Mac 2016: pivot tables. Author Curt Frye shows you how to gain more valuable insights from your organization's data—demystifying the complexity of pivot tables while demonstrating their power. His tutorials show how to build PivotTables from Excel workbooks or external data sources, add calculated fields, filter results, and format your layout to make it more readable. Plus, learn how to use conditional formatting to intelligently highlight cells, apply color scales, create data bars, and share your pivot table results in printouts or via PDF. Instructor •.
Curt Frye is a freelance course developer and writer. He has developed more than 50 online courses on topics including Microsoft Excel, Tableau, Mathematica, and social network analysis. He has also written more than 40 books, with recent titles including Microsoft Excel 2016 Step by Step and Microsoft OneNote 2016 Step by Step, both for Microsoft Press.
In addition to his writing and course development, Curt is a popular conference speaker and entertainer. His programs include his Improspectives® approach to teamwork and creativity, analyzing and presenting data in Microsoft Excel, and his interactive Magic of the Mind show. By: Curt Frye course • 6h 23m 42s • 18,894 viewers • Course Transcript - [Voiceover] Hi, I'm Curt Frye.
Welcome to Excel 2016 for Mac: Pivot Tables in Depth. In this course, I'll show you how to use Pivot Tables to gain valuable insights from your organization's data. I'll begin by showing you how to create a Pivot Table from data already in your Excel workbooks.
Then, using that knowledge as a base, I'll demonstrate how to create Pivot Tables using data from an external source. Next, I will enhance your ability to analyze your data by showing you how to reorganize, or pivot, a Pivot Table.
After you've organized your Pivot Table's data, you can sort and filter its contents to develop useful insights into your business. I'll also show you how to change your Pivot Table's summary operations, add calculated fields to enhance understanding of your data, and drill down from a Pivot Table value to view the data behind the summary. Finally, I'll show you how to format your Pivot Table using Styles, apply conditional formats to summarize your data visually, and • Practice while you learn with exercise files. Watch this course anytime, anywhere. Course Contents • Introduction Introduction • • • • 1. Creating and Pivoting PivotTables 1.
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